03 December 2016

 
5 best restaurants in Prague
Our favourite places to eat. Enjoy awesome food and stunning decor.
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La Dégustation Bohême
Tastes as good as Prague looks
The city of a hundred spires is known for its hearty cuisine. Dishes like beef and pork dumplings, fried cheese and the classic Goulash have graced its tables for centuries. Now you can experience these traditional delights Michelin Star style, with a degustation menu which guides you through the Bohemian eating experience. Plus, its setting on a romantic Old Town back street completes the prettiest in Prague picture.
Haštalská 18
Tel: +420 222 311 234 www.ladegustation.cz
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Divinis
Nothing short of divine
Prague is no stranger as the location for big-budget action movies. And the film stars starring in them are, as stars can be, notoriously fussy. That’s why concierges send them to Divinis, an Italian restaurant top of the A-list. Join the stars and dine on such delicacies as guinea hen with olive or duck and chicory risotto. Naturally, all dishes are perfectly paired with the finest Italian cultivars. Divinis is also great for a pre- or post- theatre meal.
Týnská 21
Tel: +420 222 325 440 divinis.cz
Tel: +420 224 819 701 www.vkolkovne.cz/en
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V Kolkovně 
Beef and beer, Bohemian style
Occupying a 1920s former stamp-printing works, Kolkovna is traditional Prague from the get-go. Add to that its status as the Pilsner Urquel group’s flagship restaurant, and you know you’re in good hands, culinary and alcoholic. A buzzing place, you can wash down your favourite Czech dishes with the aforementioned lager, be it roast duck with sauerkraut, pork knee or fluffy dumplings. Just a stroll from the Old Town, ask for a table in the courtyard. It’s beautiful.
V Kolkovně 8, Prague 1
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Café Savoy
Bohemian crowd in Bohemia
Looking for an artsy, creative vibe in which to enjoy your meal? Look no further than this old Europe-style left-bank eatery, gracefully restored to its 19th-century wonder. Ornate Neo-Renaissance ceilings, chandeliers and beautiful pieces of art provide a gorgeous backdrop to a wide menu, from delicious breakfasts to afternoon coffees to gourmet suppers of crayfish and snails. Packed with locals, it’s a perfect picture of Prague.
Víteˇzná 5 
Tel: +420 257 311 562 http://cafesavoy.ambi.cz/en/
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Tuan & Lan Pho Vietnam
South-east Asia in Prague
As Henry Thoreau put it, "That man is the richest whose pleasures are the cheapest."  And we agree entirely. Why pay through the ear when you can enjoy some amazing food, both tasty and popular, for a fraction of the cost? Since its opening in 2011, this Vietnamese restaurant and takeaway has established a cult-like following for its great value. Go join the queue and sample its exotic delights, like steaming bowls of spicy beef soup!
Slavíkova 1 
Tel: +420 774 167 786
 
 
 
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